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Allowing web software access to port 443 on PC

Posted on 2012-12-24
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Hi all,

I'm using an online video broadcasting software that wants access to port 443. How do I do this on a Windows 7 PC with Microsoft Essentials installed?

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I tried turning off the firewall completely but it's still giving the same issue when I run the diagnostic on the web program.
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